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heller >> pam: 8 celebrating her victory left donald trump that this will be a very rough campaign. good evening everyone. >> pam: after months of campaigning it comes down to this the super tuesday file presidential candidates. team coverage around the bay vicki a the watch party for hillary. and then joins bernie sanders j r as
following the race. and ollie's yet is were downtown followers are coming tonight. >> steve: 13 1/7 cisco getting out the vote for california primary. awaiting >> pam: the first returns earlier this evening hillary spoke to a crowd of supporters noting this historic moment for the united states also laying out how her vision clashes with the vision of dollars trump would she call destructive it dangerous on the republican side before the polls even opened the dollar was already presumptive nominee for his party the proportional use congressional districts and it
seems before trading a little bit and the superdelegates went into today's contest with more than minimum required for the nomination. since then added nearly 100 plan to delegates. 572 superdelegates premium while getting his pattern of the winds and small states with winds of 11 delegates and north dakota caucuses he now has more than 1600 delegates. . >> pam: pain-former secretary of state hillary clinton. but he joins us live. >> vicki: a windy night and live in front. at the watch party inside trickling in after a hearing and can it its rousing
speech moments ago in brooklyn. let's give that listen. . hart"fought deeply committed campaign. we all in need to keep working for a better stronger america. >> vicki: will check back at a fairly talking with supporters to get their read on what has been happening in california. >> pam: bay area supporters of
primary days in the last hours of this is the last one aside from the district of columbia next week but clearly this is the closing stretch as donald and hillary are getting ready to claim their respective nominations this is the map behind this facade from california talking about voters coming up in new jersey new mexico montana dakotas north dakota is green they had a caucus not primary today. hillary was declared the winner in new jersey primary is the second biggest pot of delegates after california s huge win as you can see from these numbers first one of the night and the polls close in new mexico 44 delegates minutes ago you can see the numbers here with an
early lead in new mexico declaring the winner in new mexico. south dakota and montana as primary we show you that. the lot of activity but it is fairly close 32 percent of the voting. a win for bernie and the north dakota caucuses the one place in green at a primary. sanders told reporters recently as today still determined it a try and turn some of the super delegates and win them over the democratic convention so everyone is waiting to hear if they're going to stick to that and we do know what hillary is saying the heart of her speech from this earlier.
>> reporter: as a very strong speech for her. if he loses california he may argument to continue going on with the status superdelegates should try and turn them to him. trailing in the popular vote employed state losing amongst more states than hillary. and has no argument. having given loses california he might concede.
>> reporter: gm's bigelow bit of that i saw was like watching a bear trying to wrestle with chains on. he was being restrained and they are fearful for what he will say he's made so many mistakes recently. many saw her become one of those powerful people in the world that does the president of the same time that going on key members of republican party who are embarrassed about racist comments about trump has made in the past week.
head in the primary another one left the washington d.c. it's a different story for the gop alias' yet joined the saliva of the trump campaign party in the bay area. initially there were 50 people. that number doubles and they're watching this race there sinning by and there are local politicians endorsing. they're looking at how the night turned out. a short time ago
>> pam: it was held by barbara boxer retiring right now democratic state a general >> j.r.: has been a very busy day for harris started in lost angela's voted there, plan and went to sacramento and then from sacramento came to the bay area and has been campaigning all day long. the clubroom along the
incumbent here. we will be working to get results for several districts mentioned it. third seen throughout the show and one of the most dramatic is district 17 where mike honda is along timing come and and and 2014 challenge and barely lost and just like the wires cavaliers that are a rematch between mike and row upon the industry 17. robins in the south bay and santa clara he has the latest on that race. across the street from levi stadium for the candidates will be holding his watch party this evening and for a few people are coming in at this hour as you said this is the contested race expected to be very close we know the top
two vote getters will be getting off in the general election in november and looks like wolf will be in the same dead heat heading for the general election he got plans afternoon heading back to washington to attend the appropriations bill campaign up until the polls close this evening. i'm going at fixed inquiry proprieties. very different firemen people are
ready for new blood and new ideas and people are going to focus on this contingency. . >> reporter: paulsen 14 honda won the primary by 1520% and then narrowed the lead heading into the general election down to about 3% for the election rolled around eventually lot losing with roughly 58 before a 2% he is expected to do much better this time around and
expect here in santa clara around 83845. >> britteny: live look outside mostly cloudy pettifog will continue moving and some spots are pushing in land we wake of the cloudy skies concord san jose and you see this strong onshore flow that will continue to push clouds inland the way up to cloudy skies and by the afternoon we see a lot of coffee temperatures. facing close average by friday dropping down a little bit the temperature is at 72 and natwest 60 vallejo 68 fairfield and then 63 in fremont and temperatures in san jose at 66 a closer look at your planner for the rest of
tonight's shows mid-60s that clock hour by 10:00 in the low 60s. at mid '50s by the bay by levin low 50s for coastal locations has run the region tomorrow at 81 in fairfield 83 and staff and temperatures livermore 80 degrees 62 daly city and then 78 and the senate bill coming up a closer look at your 70 forecast and a warming trend we attracting into the weekend. . >> steve: been neck during a bank robbery what we now know tonight about the victim. >> pam: a deadly shooting, on camera. police are still looking for the gunmen we have the latest. . before earning enough cash back from bank of america to buy a new gym bag. before earning 1% cash back everywhere, every time.
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we have a good personal values and acting knows how to put those realities into action. >> reporter: please who are struggling and my city they need an ally in the white house who knows how to get things done and cares about them that if hillary. and of california is still counting its votes but we know what is happening nationally we know who will be on the ballot in november if that's what we have to focus our energy on now. >> vicki: will check back with you at 9:00 with more reports from large party back to you in
the studio. >> pam: data is with the campaign tonight-and no word of a concession for you hearing anything there? >> reporter: we are hearing the resolve is as strong as everby hillary declaring victory no word will make any difference to the standing people there in the study and the joining me is the. as not a surprise always been with bernie and ablate he could've taken this but waterloo's that torres to go to the convention. firmly a means of support bernie to the and whether he's on the ballot or not. nothingnesses mostly early
>> steve: we'll hear from bernie from saddam monocot there is only one statewide proposition being voted for proposition 50 catherine joins us with the latest returns on the proposition so far. >> catherine: the response to a state scandal and we. the results so far a yes vote way ahead it was in response to political scandals involving leland and two other state senators. if this passes it will change the state constitution at least based on early results but only 5% reported
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>> reporter: again i think that beaches from the president is still very popular we all know hillary is suffering from enthusiasm all of younger voters we forget. ahold you are but i know you've been around for a while and yet it's it's america and people of growing up then as a lot different from the one i've grown up than 30 are under 40 think of 9113 recessions to wars at the different world. ups and downs for people figure 60. it's been hard times than not likely to be receptive to some of the same messages that might resonate with people who are older than them.
>> reporter: speech reached at the byrnie supporters and optimistic. kind of reaching for because the first woman nominee but also did cover our time hysterically on and i you win the nomination that is not a night to attack the other party. i think it is clear the tone of the general election and it will be negative. albany measure p
>> steve: 20 and have about 24% can sell their votes and measure about 24 percent of them so far. we will have a lot more ahead of first of kabila's number. >> pam: much more news at a much more on the election coverage on >> pam: much more news at a much more on the election coverage on its primary tuesday. 2% back at grocery stores and now at wholesale clubs. and 3% back on gas. kenny used his bankamericard cash rewards credit card to join the wednesday night league. because he loves to play hoops. not jump through them.
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